Ecuador's authorities arrest senior executive of data analytics firm Novaestrat over massive data breach

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Data breach left the personal details of almost all Ecuadorian citizens exposed on the internet

Authorities in Ecuador have arrested a senior executive of data analytics firm Novaestrat in connection with the massive data breach revealed earlier this week. The breach left the personal deta...

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